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New Website-Sexual Violence Support

Published: 16 April 2018
Expect Respect
Visit our new website for support about Sexual Violence

Expect Respect is a campaign by the Students’ Union and the University of Southampton aiming to raise awareness about sexual violence and promoting a zero tolerance approach to sexual violence in all forms.

This week we have launched our Expect Respect website: 

Any person who has been affected by sexual violence in any form should be able to get the help and support that they need.  This site contains information about what sexual violence is, as well as details about support available both within and outside of the University and tips on what you can do if you think you have experienced sexual violence in any form.  There is no obligation to tell anybody or seek any support if you do not want to but the services on the site are experienced at dealing with these kind of issues and will offer support to find the best outcome for you.  When you have a spare couple of minutes, head to the site to have a look.

Additionally, the Students Union are running a number of events this week to mark Healthy Relationships Week.  Details of these and how to book onto the events can be found here.  They have also created a harassment reporting tool, which you can find here.

This tool enables you to report any type of harassment, you can use this tool so that you can access support or you can report anonymously if you would prefer to.

If you feel you need to speak to somebody in person about any of the issues mentioned above.  Come visit us at the Enabling Services drop in, held in Building 37.  This is open Monday-Friday 13.00-15.00 during term and Monday, Wednesday, Friday 13.00-15.00 vacation time. 

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